Matthew bought his 1948 Ford 8N tractor used and spruced it up. Meanwhile, Amanda’s homemade golf cart has a 4.3 S-10 motor and 42-inch tractor tires.
Todd Chalanda, wildfire mitigation specialist with the Florida Forest Service, discusses prescribed burns and the importance of them as the state heads into a drier season.
Before you fertilize your lawn or plant some spring flowers, there are some things pet parents should avoid, according to veterinarians.
Every Friday morning, Captain Dylan Hubbard of Hubbard's Marina joins Good Day to fill viewers in on his fishing forecast as we head into the weekend. Here is his fishing report for Feb. 26, 2021.
Between Dave’s name arriving on Mars and human cannonball promises, it’s been another interesting week on Good Day Tampa Bay.
While the number of spectators on site will be small over at The Concession Golf Club, the number of eyes watching around the world is not. Bruce Cassidy, the owner of the golf club, where the championship is being held discusses the big tournament.
Given the past year, Florida’s visitor numbers were down by a third and some projections say the state won’t be back to normal until 2024 – however, CEO Visitor Florida Dana Yank plans to prove that prediction wrong.
Scott said even after he ran his 1994 Cannondale Super V 2000 over with his Jeep, it’s still in good shape. Meanwhile, Sean said he found his 1977 Porsche 924 Martini for sale in Orlando and rescued it from a trip to the junkyard.
A survey says one out of ten U.S. workers will have to switch jobs by 2030 due to the impact of COVID-19.
Richard’s 1998 DZ Dare Spyder is only one of six that were made and it has 3,700 original miles. Meanwhile, Steve says 2009 Thoroughbred Stallion Trike is just as fast as a Corvette.